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Joakim Nordstrom Signs 1 Year Deal with Flames

Boston Bruins fans can say goodbye to Joakim Nordstrom. On Monday, Nordstrom signed a one-year deal with the Calgary Flames for $700,000. Nordstrom never scored at a high rate-he only tallied 4 goals and 7 points last year-but his high energy level and elite penalty-killing ability made him one of my favorite players. Never in […]

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Second Period Woes Cannot Continue For Boston

Brad Marchand was outstanding, and Jaroslav Halak recorded 35 saves as the Boston Bruins skated to a largely impressive game one victory over the Tampa Bay Lightning Sunday night. Ironically, a global pandemic, five-month layoff, and the abandonment of the traditional playoff format couldn’t stop what was set in motion back in March, an inevitable […]

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The Bruins Need Tuukka Back Now

By Eli Canfield After a 4-1 beatdown at the hands of the Philadelphia Flyers in their first game in the Round Robin qualifier, one thing was for sure, the Boston Bruins needed Tuukka Rask back, and they need him back severely. Jaroslav Halak has served as an excellent backup all season long, calling him one […]

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Patrice Bergeron Receives Ninth Selke Nomination

This seems to be an annual topic for Bruins Nation, but Patrice Bergeron has been announced as a finalist for the Selke Trophy for not the first, second, but ninth time. Finalists were revealed on the morning of July 20th. Bergeron has won four Selke Trophy’s in the past and is currently tied with Bob Gainey. If […]

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Tuukka Rask a Vezina Finalist

By Neal Lyons Today, the NHL announced that Tuukka Rask has been nominated as a finalist for the Vezina Trophy. The award, which is presented annually to the league’s top goaltender, is voted on by each team’s general managers.  Rask, who previously won the award in 2014, registered 26 wins during the regular season. Good […]

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What to Expect When the Bruins Return to Action

The NHL has just announced what the their plans for the rest of this season and the post season will look like, and the good news is, it won’t be much longer before we are watching Canada’s favorite pastime again. Due to the overwhelming global pandemic, the league has decided to move right into the […]

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Goodbye, Colby

It certainly has been a rough couple of weeks for everyone in the world. But this past week, things have been incredibly upsetting for the world of hockey. On Tuesday, former Bruin Colby Cave was airlifted to Sunnybrook Hospital in Toronto, Canada after his brain began to bleed. Doctors concurred that he had a cyst […]

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Adventures with David Pastrnak and Fortnite

By Maddie Poplawski With the severe outbreak of COVID-19 pausing the NHL season, many Bruins have found new ways to keep themselves and their fans entertained. While toilet paper and push up challenges have taken over Instagram accounts, David Pastrnak’s live streams of Fortnite on the streaming service, Twitch, seem to be the favorite among […]

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